Not sure about the show on the 8th either. Take place outside and I’m splitting stage(?) Time with comedy brethren. We’ll see how it goes . 

Otherwise, updated dates on dates on dates 

Http://kylerainey.tumblr.com/shows

Not sure about the show on the 8th either. Take place outside and I’m splitting stage(?) Time with comedy brethren. We’ll see how it goes .

Otherwise, updated dates on dates on dates

Http://kylerainey.tumblr.com/shows

vhxtv:

VHX is proud to present BEAUTY IS EMBARRASSING, a documentary about the artist Wayne White. Support Wayne and the filmmakers by buying the film, DRM-free, from beautyisembarrassing.com.

“One of the most pleasurable moviegoing experiences I’ve had this year.”—Leonard Maltin

BEAUTY IS EMBARRASSING is a funny, irreverent and inspiring documentary tracing the career of one of America’s most influential artists, Wayne White. It’s hard not to recognize his iconic work on Pee-Wee’s Playhouse in the ‘80s, and equally hard not to fall in love with his artistic process and how he came into it. 
While you’re watching it, you’ll have a hard time resisting an urge to get some artwork for yourself!

vhxtv:

VHX is proud to present BEAUTY IS EMBARRASSING, a documentary about the artist Wayne White. Support Wayne and the filmmakers by buying the film, DRM-free, from beautyisembarrassing.com.

“One of the most pleasurable moviegoing experiences I’ve had this year.”
—Leonard Maltin

BEAUTY IS EMBARRASSING is a funny, irreverent and inspiring documentary tracing the career of one of America’s most influential artists, Wayne White. It’s hard not to recognize his iconic work on Pee-Wee’s Playhouse in the ‘80s, and equally hard not to fall in love with his artistic process and how he came into it. 

While you’re watching it, you’ll have a hard time resisting an urge to get some artwork for yourself!

Self Promotion

Here’s some upcoming dates in which I perform standing-up comedy, hopefully see you out?

http://kylerainey.tumblr.com/shows

liezlwashere:

I saw this movie tonight. Here’s is a conversation that happened:

Guy: That was such a horrible movie.*man in front of us starts clapping… turns out to be Quentin Tarantino*Guy: Of course Tarantino would love it.

(above illustration by duanevalentino… also my favorite shot from the film)

liezlwashere:

I saw this movie tonight. Here’s is a conversation that happened:

Guy: That was such a horrible movie.
*man in front of us starts clapping… turns out to be Quentin Tarantino*
Guy: Of course Tarantino would love it.

(above illustration by duanevalentino… also my favorite shot from the film)

theavc:


If you were going to create a TV network that catered to the modern TV fan, it would be a network that aired lots of heavily serialized shows that were addictive and engrossing once you got into them. It would be a network that cared less about immediate Nielsen ratings and more about DVR plays and (even better) digital streaming. It would be a network that wouldn’t cancel long-running shows out of nowhere and would, instead, announce that a show was ending, but only after a shortened final season designed to wrap up its plotlines. Such a network would also feature a frequent focus on genre fare, because the modern TV fan likes that sort of thing. Maybe it would air longtime Internet favorite Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog in its television debut, coming up on October 9th.
Here’s the thing: That network exists. It’s called The CW. It does all of the things above, right down toDr. Horrible (coming on October 9th). And nobody watches it.

Todd VanDerWerff understands you CW. He really does. And he’s going to tell the internet all about your fall programming to try and help you out.

Some valid points made, if only their target demos were a but different, and they picked up Terriers for a 2nd season

theavc:

If you were going to create a TV network that catered to the modern TV fan, it would be a network that aired lots of heavily serialized shows that were addictive and engrossing once you got into them. It would be a network that cared less about immediate Nielsen ratings and more about DVR plays and (even better) digital streaming. It would be a network that wouldn’t cancel long-running shows out of nowhere and would, instead, announce that a show was ending, but only after a shortened final season designed to wrap up its plotlines. Such a network would also feature a frequent focus on genre fare, because the modern TV fan likes that sort of thing. Maybe it would air longtime Internet favorite Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog in its television debut, coming up on October 9th.

Here’s the thing: That network exists. It’s called The CW. It does all of the things above, right down toDr. Horrible (coming on October 9th). And nobody watches it.

Todd VanDerWerff understands you CW. He really does. And he’s going to tell the internet all about your fall programming to try and help you out.

Some valid points made, if only their target demos were a but different, and they picked up Terriers for a 2nd season

johnalynn:

Hannibal Buress, Eric Andre and Wyatt Cenac at the Knitting Factory (Taken with Instagram)

johnalynn:

Hannibal Buress, Eric Andre and Wyatt Cenac at the Knitting Factory (Taken with Instagram)